|The thwanger and the thwangee, CHRISTMAS 68|
This is a short one...I seem to be running out of stories or words or both.
Thanks to Melynda and her Pee story I remembered this about my two and prompted the question,
"At what age should a parent stop allowing siblings to take baths together?"
Well, my daughter was about 2 1/2 and my son was around 5 which means that I had been giving them baths together for around 2 years. They got along well and it was obviously less time consuming to wash them both at the same time. Bath time was a lot of fun with lots of toys, splashing and giggling.
Then, one day my son stood up to step out of the bathtub and the above question was answered rather quickly. My daughter suddenly reached up and smacked his....his....his...well you know and then said,"Thwang! " Both kids laughed as I groaned because that meant bath time just changed and a I was going to need to have a personal conversation with my son to explain why.
So, the answer to the above question is: The time has definitely arrived when there is a wiener whacking, followed by sound effects.